Farrells complete last piece of Planning Process on Historic Chelsea Waterfront

Chelsea Waterfront

Chelsea Waterfront
Image © Farrells

The culmination of over a decade of positive work saw Farrells complete the planning process at Chelsea Waterfront with section 73 consent granted for new architecture in relation to the original 2005 planning consent.

Chelsea Waterfront
Image © Farrells

Designed by Farrells for Hutchison Property Group, the redevelopment of the landmark Lots Road Power Station and eight acre site at Chelsea Waterfront combines well-loved heritage elements with first class modern design. Successfully delivering 420 further units through the planning process, this consent unlocks 165 affordable units and 255 private on the Kensington and Chelsea side of the site.

Chelsea Waterfront
Sketch © Farrells

Split between two boroughs, Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham, this redevelopment is centred around two glass residential towers that mirror the towers of the power station, originally built in 1904.

Chelsea Waterfront
Sketch © Farrells

Working alongside Formation Architects, who are designing the fitout of the power station, Chelsea Waterfront is the first development of this scale on the north bank of the Thames in over 100 years. It opens up to the river with beautifully landscaped gardens and is set to become a destination in its own right.

Chelsea Waterfront
Site Plan

The Hammersmith & Fulham side is heading fast towards completion in mid-2019, with the cladding for two low-rise buildings nearing completion whilst the 37-storey tower is progressing well.Source and Images, Courtesy of Farrells.

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